Alzheimer’s disease, which kills nearly 85,000 Americans each year, is one of the most physically and emotionally burdensome diseases, for both sufferers and caregivers. The good news is that diet and lifestyle changes can significantly reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. This new class will discuss how we can help prevent dementia through diet, exercise and other lifestyle changes.
Below are video links shown in Week 10:
American Heart Association - Brain Health
Mia Nacamulli - How the Food You Eat Affects Your Brain
Dr. Greger - Brain Healthy Foods to Fight Aging
Dr. Barnard - Power Foods for the Brain
Dr. Greger - How to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease with Food
Lisa Genova - What You Can Do to Prevent Alzheimers